Harvard staged one of the more memorable comebacks in New England college football history, edging rival Dartmouth College, 14-13, in an epic battle between two undefeated teams on Friday night.

Harvard tied the game with 38 seconds to go when quarterback Scott Hosch found receiver Justice Shelton-Mosley for a 5- yard touchdown before Kenny Smart kicked the game-winning point-after.

“A tough one to lose,” said Big Green coach Buddy Teevens, who lost to high school teammate and best pal, Crimson coach Tim Murphy.

The victory extended Harvard’s win streak to 21 games, which tied top-ranked Ohio State for the longest run in the country, and Hosch retained his unblemished 13-0 record as a starter.

Bagnoli, 62, was the longtime coach at Penn, w his Quakers teams won nine Ivy League titles and the wily coach posted a 14-9 record against Harvard.

“Our kids just watched one hour and 30 minutes of film on Columbia in our team meeting. Everyone is impressed by their defense. Against three of the best offenses in the Ivy League, Columbia gave up zero touchdowns to Yale, one to Princeton, and one to Dartmouth,” Murphy said.

Harvard is expected to be without ace receiver-return man Andrew Fischer, who left the Dartmouth game in the third after he pulled up holding his left hamstring following a 39-yard return to midfield.

Sharpe has 980 receiving yards and could catch No. 7 Jason Peebler and No. 6 Rasheed Rancher this week against Akron.